I recently polled global manufacturing executives on how developed their strategies are for Connected Service and IIoT…and every one of them is investing in ways to engage all customers and partners from original equipment sale through upgrade, service, maintenance, and retirement.
Self-Service BI has offered a wonderful promise over the years, yet its potential has only been partially realized at best. Now the game is changing with new technologies and analytics platforms that are readily accessible to, and usable by, businesses of all sizes,...
eLogic + Microsoft are hosting a Manufacturing of the Future event to connect Manufacturing executives with the industry leaders & technologies that are transforming the future of customer engagement and actionable intelligence for manufacturers. It is an experiential event with the next-gen technologies driving competitive advantage in Manufacturing. eLogic will show three manufacturing-specific vignettes on BI/Analytics, Intelligent Selling, and Service (Customer, Field, Connected/IoT), and facilitate hands-on sessions with HoloLens, Cortana Analytics, and Azure.
The Voice of the Customer on Status and Plans to Capitalize on The Connected Service Economy. Most manufacturing companies can benefit from a fresh look at how advanced, available, and affordable the new Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Azure IoT offerings have become. It is a lot easier than many companies realize to get started with proof-points and pilots to help build momentum for a change and prove the economics.
Executives from Microsoft and eLogic attended the second annual Field Service Connect conference in Austin, TX on November 14-16, 2016 as key event sponsors to network with senior service executives from 75 companies on Connected Field Service. Field Service Connect is an interactive forward-thinking forum dedicated to topics surrounding the IoT, data analytics, future states of field service, market trends, and the talent crunch.